Vice President Harris is listing her Washington, D.C., condo, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

The report come just days after the White House announced that Harris and second gentleman Doug EmhoffDoug EmhoffHarris moves into official residence after delay Harris puts DC condo up for sale The Hill's Morning Report - Biden, McConnell agree on vaccines, clash over infrastructure MORE would finally be moving into the Naval Observatory after staying at the Blair House while the traditional vice presidential residence underwent repairs.

According to listing services and property records cited by the Journal, Harris’s condo at the Westlight complex in the District's West End neighborhood went on the market Monday for sale for $1.995 million. Records show that Harris paid approximately $1.775 million for the condo in 2017.


In March, Harris sold her San Francisco apartment for $860,000, the Journal reported, significantly more than the $489,000 she paid for it in 2004.

The Hill has reached out to the White House for confirmation and comment.

When reached by phone, a spokesperson at the Westlight complex said she had no comment.

Harris spokeswoman Symone SandersSymone SandersHarris puts DC condo up for sale Harris in difficult starring role on border The Hill's Morning Report - Biden may find zero GOP support for jobs plan MORE announced on Thursday that Harris and Emhoff would be moving to the Naval Observatory this week.

Sanders said the move was initially delayed “to allow for repairs to the home that are more easily conducted with the home unoccupied.”

"The repairs included maintenance on the HVAC system, replacing the liners in the chimneys and refurbishing of some of the hardwood floors,” she added.